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If you are looking for good quality Chinese food and you are the sort of person who can live on dim sums then this is the restaurant for you. It is run by the same folks that handle Hakkasan, another popular Chinese eatery in Bandra West but here the focus is specifically on dim sums and their wide range of teas, almost 24 different varieties from around the world. Dim sum tends to be very under rated and usually restricted to a token few choices in the appetizer section on most menus but here the choice is plenty and the idea is to make a meal of it just like the Chinese do.
Its very up-market, expensive , stylish but worth to have a meal there. Food preparation is different and not like any other Chinese food , taste is completely different but yummy.
This place is situated in bkc right in the middle if where all action is,easily accessible and situated on the first floor of a new commercial building so perfect in all aspects,they serve pan asian food and they serve alcohol too,We ordered hot n sour soup,fried dimsums,sticky rice,spicy fried rice....all were good,If u are lucky you would spot a celebrity there ,overall service good and do go with prior reservation
Have visited Yauatcha multiple times earlier. And every time it just gets better. Great food, great service and the aesthetics of the place add to the fine dining experience. The wait staff is friendly and attentive to your requests. Definitely try the dim sums, Cheung fun; they have a variety of options to choose from.For desserts, raspberry delice is an all time favorite. Always a pleasure to visit Yauatcha!
Had lovely meal. It has a great ambience. The food served is superb. We enjoyed every bit of what we ordered. Will be back to have meal heat again and again.
Visited this place for dinner after having heard some good reviews. We had booked a table so waiting was not an issue. The restaurant is located on the first floor and one has to climb a fairly steep flight of stairs. As far as I could see there is no lift available. The place was pretty much full up and quite noisy. Our orders were taken within 5 to 10 minutes bur it was quite a while before we finally got them on the table. All the food we ordered including Turnip Cake and Prawn Cheung Fun and Pork ribs was pretty good but nothing to rave about. The desserts were excellent. Portions were just about OK. However, prices were bordering on the ridiculous and definitely not value for money. There are better options elsewhere.Average rates are about Rs. 2000.00 per head without alcohol.We had given our car for valet parking and on leaving the restaurant it took almost 20 to 25 minutes for them to locate the car. Poor organisation.
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It has become somewhat of a trend for the foreign gastronomy brands to turn their sights towards India, as they can judge the immense culinary potential of its diners. The past decade bought a tremendous evolution where global gastronomy is concerned in India and Mumbai is hardly left untouched by its development. One of the recent additions to this club is a popular name in London, which has familiarized the fashion of contemporary Cantonese grub to Mumbai’s food circuit. ‘Yauatcha’ first introduced itself in London in 2004 as a modern dim sum teahouse and received its Michelin star within a year of its opening. After seeing the huge potential in India, they opened their second branch in Mumbai’s Bandra Kurla Complex, a decision that turned out to be right. Yauatcha is part of Hakkasan group and has an individuality of its own.
In typical sophisticated fashion, Yauatcha does full justice to the name it’s associated with. Forget traditional Chinese aspect, here everything screams contemporariness and affluence. You will be able to relish authentic modern Cantonese food in an elegant western setting. The tea house is divided onto two levels and is equipped with smart formal furnishings. Nothing loud or striking jumps out from the décor. Everything is kept subtle, tasteful and delicate. The majority of colour at play here is grey, which is used in soft and pleasing manner. To contrast they have included some pale yellow chairs in the mix along with a lovely oriental motif embroidered in the upholstery. Their private dining section features a long formal table overlooking the city. The décor is edgy, modern and very upscale.
Yauatcha prepares traditional Cantonese food in modern way and to wash it down offers a plethora of gourmet teas from around the world. Do try their tea-based cocktail or a smoothie with oolong tea. Their dumplings are their showstoppers so it will be highly recommended to feast on them. In first course pick onto truffle & edamame dumplings, three style mushroom cheung fun, the pei fong tong soft shell crab and prawn cheung fun is sensational. Mongolian style lamb chops, stir fried udon noodles, wrapped chicken in Pak Choi with Szechuan sauce, mabo tofu, spicy vegetable fried rice, kung pao chicken and Szechuan vegetable & tofu clay pot, will serve best in main course. End with, chocolate pebble and blueberry pista bar. Yauatcha is quite expensive so keep that in mind.